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    Next up is the Pittsburgh Penguins. I went with the robo penguin on this as it is very 90's. This set is based on their third jersey from the mid 90's but with a few personal adjustments. The chest stripes now appear on the arms and the triangular yoke is back but is ow plain black. There is also half and half pants and two different socks. I think that this would have looked pretty cool and been very unique.
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    No, not just you. I love the lion head logo. I just wish they'd eliminate the circular patch and just use the head.
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    For Creighton, I spiced up their bland look with some blue Irish Rainbow-esque striping and a much-needed powder blue alternate. Clemson gets a simple, clean and classy look based on the iconic striping from their football helmets. Clemson basketball may not play like the national champs, but they can at least dress like them! I like Syracuse's current uniforms for the most part, so I didn't want to change them too much. The biggest change here is the long-awaited return of the Syracuse script font. I know Syracuse loves to use their custom block font everywhere (except for football, strangely), but let's be real - you can't beat that script. The second-biggest change is the elimination of navy as a secondary color. Syracuse basketball has been trending towards being an orange-and-white-only team for a while now, and it's a change I support. It looks good, and now that they're in the ACC, dumping the navy separates them from Virginia and (to a degree) Clemson. Given that the only navy remaining on their current uniforms are the thin outlines on the numbers and shorts logos, most fans probably wouldn't even realize it was gone. I also added some contrasting trim to the jerseys so they wouldn't look so plain, and threw in a throwback to the days of Billy Owens and Derrick Coleman as an alternate.
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    learn something new every day. so maybe there was good reason why they remind me of each other. lol.
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    Adidas has done well with classic looks before, let's not act like they're completely incapable. It just depends if Ohio wants to go crazy or not.
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    Personally, I think these are two of my favorite changes over the last decade. I did not care for either's previous look.
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    Here's a rarity since Reeves never played for the MEMPHIS Grizzlies in the regular season. He played two preseason games in Memphis before being put on the IR and eventually retiring.
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    I decided to take a shot at something a little different in Detroit, working in the famous octopus:
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    "ruin a classic look"? Did you see what Russell did to their pants this year?
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    I agree with you here. At first I wasn't overly excited to hear the TWolves were updating since NBA logos seem to be complete hit or miss over the last 5-10 years. But after reading this project is done by the same guys (RARE Designs I think) who did the Hornets, Pelicans, Hawks, Kings, and I think Grizzlies as well, some of the better NBA looks in my opinion (although I still dislike volt in the Hawks case), I'm confident we won't end up with an OKC, Clippers, Raptors, Nets, or Warriors disappointment.
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    $7 on eBay, and worth every cent.
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    On this board I'm surprised this isn't a popular opinion but stirrups should be required in MLB
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    Better than a lot of actual NBA uniforms
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    I wonder if the trees will be a subliminated pattern across the uniform, something like Atlanta's triangles. It could possibly work. Either way, I'm excited for this one. Given the track record of the designer, this should be pretty well done.
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    Hess has plenty to do with the Jets, as the company's founder, Leon Hess, was the Jets' owner for several decades until his death.
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    I wouldn't say they had nothing to do with each other. Leon Hess, founder of Hess, was also an owner of the Jets. Not sure if that's why they look like Hess trucks but could be.
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    The Rays should paint the outside walls of the Trop sky blue too: Then they'll finally get that new park that they want.
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    Don't think I can post what I'd compare the browns too lol
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    Insta... I swear to god, the flavour is in my mouth every single time. Part of me wants to throw those jerseys in the blue box for recycling.
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    I think Golden State counts as well. Not the exact same logo, but it was definitely inspired by one from the past. Same with the Wiz and the Caps (both I love). Hell, throw the Leafs in there as well. I guess I'm a sucker for tradition. I'd love the Angels to go back to their late 80s/early 90s look. Even their pre-Disney look was inspired by their late 60s look.
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    Stupid spellcheck put it as Stephen. I see him more as a knick. That was the team he was on when his best seasons happened. And that ray allen mistake was just a brain fart
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    Chauncey Billups and Stephen Marbury who both end up becoming superstars outside of Minnesota
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